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The field of gastrointestinal (GI) nursing has evolved and GI nurses can go on to become healthcare professionals
The stereotypical view of a nurse is a person who tends the sick, injured, or infirm. However, I have realized that there is much more to the role of gastroenterology and stoma care nurses than...
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Nobel Prize
This year marks the 115th year of the Nobel Prize. Should the Nobel Committee revisit the old rules and make amendments that would make the Nobel Prize more accommodative of the changing research...
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Science in Iran
The future of science and research in Iran has become a hot topic among global academics and policymakers in the wake of the landmark nuclear agreement between Iran and a group of five international...
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Convert non-SI units to SI units: psi, mesh number, and quintals
Discusses the three non-SI units mentioned in the title (psi, mesh number, and quintals) and supplies appropriate conversion factors.
Publication Ethics
The author is informed about the article processing charges after acceptance, finds it too high, and considers simultaneous submission
When a journal does not provide clear information about the APC on its website, but informs the author of the amount only after acceptance, the author finds the charges too high, and decides to...
Nobel Prize facts infographic 1
Do you know how many years ago the first Nobel Prize was awarded? Do you know...
Spine journal submission tips
This post offers an overview of essential author information for submission to...

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Row and column headings in tables
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Dr. Tim Hunt is renowned for his work on cell cycle regulation for which he won the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine along with Dr. Lee Hartwell and Dr. Paul Nurse. Dr. Hunt discovered cyclins, proteins that are crucial for mitosis and other cell cycle transitions. Before this, the focus of Dr. Hunt’s research was on the control of haemoglobin synthesis in red blood cells. After a long and successful academic career that culminated with him as a principal scientist at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now Cancer Research UK), Dr. Hunt is currently retired.

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